Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: May 21, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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'PRWYFORJU1PALSIS- Organized Summer Recreation Planned ?fOR WEST INDIAN. LABORERS J


For District's Children, Young PeopleTentative .
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;plans are being mile month has been made for helpingto Dade Grower Continue The first continent of Baharn-
'- . by1 D. R. Snyder county supervisor defray the expenses of the Lime Legislation Fight lee JI husky colored agricultural -
of physical education for a program which will cost about worker, arrived In Homestead
comprehensive summer recreational KOO torhi three summer .
Did Urn grower are continuing -
under Security Ad
Monday. Tam:
KDBY1PBV for children and months.
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program their effort to Dave the legIslature -
young people of the Redland District } f strike the tin provision ministration contract to till ordersof

,' from the standardization taw that citrus and avecadt grower
"e V -- It is hoped that i recreation director CITY LIBRARY was paved by the IM1 seeaiOB' The laborers were brought to Miami

of-the1. old Enters can be obtained. Facilitiesof for the purpose of stabilizing the from'tne British West India
y the gymnasiums and pla,* lime industry Luther 1. Chandler -
pin building on W Mowry st: grounds I of Redland and Homestead FOUNDER DIES chairman of the lime advisory -: by plane and by boat and completed .
Into a modern general clinic will I schools have been ,made committee of the Florida. Citrus i the last lap ol their Journey
be started Monday if the deal for available by,the county board of AT TEXAS DOME Commission Mid last night by truck. '
purchasing the property front Mr pub'lc instruction, reports Gem The law U due W expire June Six of the _",*" are employed
;
r: and 3frs. Edward Soling is M. Wakefield and the Future: I: I unless re-enacted by the present 'by J. R. Bynint: 'of Red-
closed
-ti ",. Farmer clubhouse Kronve svwIs' Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow pioneer -, legislature.The land Avocado Groves, five by the
'", , ever t,>* week-end, ai' expected, offered for ue. I Homestead resident, and two-ytar'trial'of'U>.. law, Fieri**.East Coast.Favtfiiitr C*., 4 A,
; Preston'B. Bird, chairman of the Flans thus far considered call founder of Homestead's public li- which required a Juice content of live by Brooks Inc.. and three by
<'.0 county commission; said last night ,for -establishment of supervised 1 40 per cent by volume bas re-, Chas Pratt citrus grower, The
A permit for obtaining. the necessary playgrounds! I for children-
suited in substantial Increases In men are housed In privately
building materials was and for' organized diamond ball, I bad made her home for the past Dade County lime acreage, Mr. owned quarters.
granted the commission Fridayof tennis, shuffleboard and swimming few years with her son and Chandler said Despite the sugar Additional I order or farm
last week by the War ProdurUon compel!tit ns. Both daytimeand daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. shortage growers have received worker COU:. have been filled
Beard he said.Establishment evening program are to be 'Douglas McLauren Bow. better priers tot their truJlit Monday, said Manager: J:. A. Roberts
of the clinic and arranged.A I She had been ill In a Houston :pointed out of the Redland Farm Labor
purchase of the old' newspaper definite pledge of $50 a hospital for several weeks but had Supply Center, who handled the
budding for WOO were approved been returned home on May 4 Ten per Cent Raise I arrangements, but applicants did
Mar. 23 the
by commission.
The
as Improved not have quarter ready to receive
clinic will be .. Given City Employees
3.A. LABOR
LACKvISMECHANIZING
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Homesteaunof Burial services win be held In their men. It baa been pointedout
Smith of
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Houston today.: that the government require
,physician, under the ,supervision Mrs. Bow started the 'nucleusof Monday night the city council that the negro be housed and
Vie county health unit and'in the municipal library that now !voted to raise the salaries ot all provided with adequate' sanitation
epetetlon' with Ue U. S. Public
ti Health bears her name, under the sponsorship city: employed: ten per cent effective facilities and necessary living
Special weekly Service clfblcs for treat- TOMATO FARMS of the Woman' Club ofHemeateadwith May IS. (Continued on Page Seven)
c the clubhouse as The following action wu takenon
(Continued oa Page Seven)
-- the library building. Later she the report submitted by Councilmen -
The uncertain and Inadequate and other book-lovers and civic Henry Brooker, Jr. W R. LOTS OPPOSITE
leaders Interested the city council I Bird and B. W. Morris,, committee -
,'. . ARMY JiENIED. farm labor supply of the season in. the,project and the small appointed to Inspect aQ buildings .
Jusf ended has resulted In. further collection ef books was movedto within the city limits which SCHOOL BOUGHTAS
,mechanization of tannJnr'pro- a city-rented building at Kromeeve. might be health of fire hazards
POSTWAR-LEASE
.. , cesses la this area, said County and p. W. Second st where I A building owned by: Mrs. Ruth HOUSING SITE
':r Agent Chu. H, Steffanl In i talk she. built 'up a real library for Garrett on Lot J7 in Tatum'i Ad- ,
LOCAL'FIELDA i
OF Wednesday before the Homestead I (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Seven) '

;. ..:..-.- Rotary Club.Wholesale Twenty lots In Granada Heights
proposal whereby the army plowing and cultivation Blood Bank Round-up Set for 1\la126 immediately west of the Homestead
would lease the 833-acr county by tractors has been adopted High School and five lots
airport on which the Homestead b y large-scale tomato growers on At Princeton, May 30 at HomesteadThe on N. W. Eighth .... just west of
'. air base is now located for cne: glade land where the deep s611makes Krause ave, have been purchasedby
dollar a year until 1M1 with this practicable. Instead,ofhe -- the Homestead Housing Co.
the Privilege of subletting the traditional method of burning seeoond Redland District captain will be commanded by e Miami contrasting firm, as sites
A field for commercial, private or I off the fields and turning over blood bank round-up will be held Miss Bertha Nil Hausman. Coffee tor the 29 FHA Bowes allotted
, other non-military aircraft use the sod as the crop matures He at 5:50 PAM Wednesday, May Zs, and doughnut will be served the'Homestead defense area by
'of' ,after the. war ends was flatly said. The shallow son on the Florida at the Princeton Casualty Station after the blood Is received .and th*War Production Board.
'' rejected Tuda1')1 the Dade Keys however, will hot permit and from 10:30: a. m. to 2 p. mOD donors are asked to retrain from Arrangements being made
County commission. this procedure: ,1 be pointed Sunday May 30. at the Home- eating for four hours before giving for immediate delivery of the
ea The commlasion unanimously steed first aid post. The station their blood. Persons from 11 necessary building materials and
adopted a resolution to notify the outAnother change In farming are competing In the countywide to 60 years of age are eligible. construction of the new dwellingswill
r government that the county wisn- practice has been aeeeaslUted by blood donors' contest conducted Regardless of the station at begin at once.
i e* the return of the airport Immediately the war-time curtailing of the by the'non.onedical personnel of 1 which the donation Is.made, Ten: of the Granada Heights
when it ll not neededfor former 100 available fertilizer Ac Dade County Defense Coun- ors may direct that credit Iota which face south on N. M.
r the war effort Chairman Preston formula to IS, Mr, Etetfaol sstif U'. medical.division which the given to" either the 15011"1 Seventh sty were purchased from
B. Bird said last night (Continued on Page Three)/ .jrinetpal award wW be two f2S the Homestead post Persons glide Free' and the '19 opposite
:.' war bonds. urged to go to the most e with northern procure were
[ The Princeton station it I (Continued oa Page Seven) i j Clots I I Continued tin page Five) '
+ II. H. S. Class) 'Night to Be Combined 1 ed in Chambers apartment build L
: liny on Coconut Palm dr near the
JI : With School Band Concert on May 27 i IrE. C. railroad, and; the Dome I[Opening of Armv Softball Schedule I
!i istead post has quarters in the
''Redland District Chamber of I I Postponed tp Monday Night May 24 :
Senfor class eight at Homestead' Mavis Watts the prrphecy, by(!Commerce building, It is planned ,
Matt School Will be combinedwith I Catherine Rohrer and Ellen 'to have application: blanks avail -- 'II
the band concert to be given:I Schallen; andthe, claw song i able at the- churches of the district The series. ol army tcttb.11I: Z'ield-.aka up The s&fOaU rogue* .r,
te honor of the nine senior band I. neaten who are members of the and at toe Red Cross wand- games; scheduled: to start last Monday I which wi.J play se-gameTfcbedi.**,'.I
r SMSJieM at I p. m. May 27 in. the band are: Lois ,Pierce,'and Ath- ins room CIa 8. Tlagter ova 'I evening was delayed by jralu tile for each team.'!The lily stf for4 ''*&']
*tho eJ awHtdrlum. ley Kemp, French horns; France Princeton personnel will be In I the base championship: Is set for
',The class program which wWIe' Rutland and Hilda Dodson, trombones -'' uniform and will be'directed by and will OCPB at I ,. n. next the first week in October,
+ !Ie' presented during the ',internusateswvwUl ; Dorothy Sullivan'trurq- Mrs. Eugene Fontaine captain In Monday on tile VHS ban diamond CoL Wm. L Pliimmtr, ,commanding y
lClIdth.. class pet; Helen Booker, xylophone; rooting donors through the procedure The games which will be bald I. officer of the army air
kistory written by Dorothy Moon Bob>> Spear, clarinet Marlow JscobteA and in serving doughnuts five nights a week, are open to bun win 4hrow the first ban to
and Mu .*.<*;I'Who'Who'; baritone and Robert Kuhn, land coffee. The Homestead group, the pubiia. Us executive officer Mal, Arnold
to Pta ,pone, the chu will by drums which Mrs Frank L. SklQ 1s Ten teams from Homestead 'W Bftofet, at'the game Monday. i
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20'YeUgAp ,AID. INHLINtt"; 'Berth*'.vNU Havsman,1 Rbwtoq,4 i>ibt raaddkttdreo j
''r" Wm. David Sayan 60, .who for .
oJ ,hoi l"economic* at
U fire "t-gradmildren, ter
yMr made his bom U Dad
.... County, died unexpectedly Saturday FOR WAIt! BOK) High School, plan to er son, Richard Lawrence
: I.a..lee- -ar.. .-.w Fare NonwlwAes.a. in a focal hospital and wa TaBaha**** June. 15 tq died Aug 14, 183C, *t hit |
aao+,.a a.. rs sr her,new work ashome' Miginl.Annbelt.
buried on Wednesday Service _ 1 .
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, ''f 0... If, '..... .... .... __ were held at 4 p. m. in th* chapel Public assistant ,in fffltog : <
, 0.: ..... twr-i. of Turner Funeral Horn and burial
applications tor War Ration I Hauimafl, dausht r;of Dr. Redd to'c.t"Dmte
i,1 _nilln: iulm IflJI'" Naranja.Mr look place. in Palm Cemeteryat Three roil ,b* provided if root J; rranltVHausman! From Sou
p. m. en June Iand2b degree and, an A. W. de-
"Announcement has been mad Sayer who wits a farmer, land .. :f
District block: leader \ : bom econooilc from the
"j by M C. Altotd. president of the cam from BrowiMVOt*, Tex: to der the .direction of .)1..1.- \ of Alabama '.. 'has .a e landl May 20. \Ap ,,.
I Florida East: Coast rerUUier Co. this county a* a fivc-yeir-old Rarnmetf zone leader, I 'ldu..* Wotk "Cotumtla ben Redd of Homestead b i
., t that they have purchased the B. boy.H 1. R Hlcksoo, community lty. .: didete fat ,the degree of ..,
! } W, Morris warehouse on ITsgler leave* Ms wit. Lydia C,.. member of the co-Jtty .deI... arpresent acting faapuiln( of Selene In home i ecotIom1
" street . It will be remodeled . two ton, Pvt Clifton V. Sayers, council Homestead tint aid poet J]I the INS commencement of
1 a.4 her will be Installed the machinery U S.: A.. who la stationed somewhere Block leaden will be -...t1 ,' Ida Southern College, to be
ot the eoirspany. . IftA\IItrI.Iai' Mm Car on theM date at .the office Sunday and Monday, May,23 i
ter Sayers, seaman second class, MRSBOW 24., ,.
the War Price. and .
"The.big; khren for to*'fir dpartroent ,
*- U. S.-Coast Guard, who I* at lei; Miss ,
: arrived this week and Board in Homesteal, at . Redd 1 I., a daughter
I wee installed la its position on two daughter, Mrs. Car' Twee- tor*' In, Princeton, wit I .uect from rage One), : I Mr. and Mn. Fred H. Redd ;,
dell cf Kessler Field, Miss. and ,
store In Naranja nd at the Wait Avocado dr. n
roof of the town hall. . present.butUlifH way
vi Twelve 'llttt girt friend of Mrs, Edsel: Uetnleln'yt, NorfoDt, hall In Florida City, ,Mr** H_ durlnf 'the WPA era. A !During her four year* at
V*, who arrived her
Tuesday ;
mett held a meeting with Southern she wu a bw.-
little after Its dedication
Was Irene Rohrer
I a birthday surprise psrty five at her the afternoon; and a sister. Mrs. Texas worker* yesterday afternoon = to-move to Tex**.I{the Y. W. C:'A, the IwllllMia

hems of Min! Olive Kennedy. Peters of Miami. arrant for tbetr assistance at Ltwrehr.Bow Library. the Hrme
f, Otlwrt present were, Evelyn 2'ra:1, Homestead negro school .. her* aa "tf'ttwmorial her. ,Pub (the, Future .Teacher,
ey. Eleanor King.: Mary Trester, Mrs w & bird to Get TIlt 'net*. application *,; work 1 H[America and to*' council of;

} UBlan 1UIod...Lillian One. V... Master's Decree Monday which are being received by. \ \ 'Mrs, Bow' wa e Baptist'! ,Student Union. .'
or Patterson, Mariano Taylor must be properly filled out ; Miami at ,the horn of

} Mabel Robertson. Nellie Robert, kra."A Bird of lhj; Nevi returned, by r June 10.,for ( 'da1.Ilbtn--kt-1tw, Mrs. WAVES ,Ensign Cook
the. ration bopk )
truanseof :
Marion Robertson and Mr and. King Cooper School tulit ,will .Lavrenc Bow. and.xis- ,
Un. Lowe Cable"Wn Hickion .said"Asstetancq ,\to'm in Homestead. .Speaker -it As
be awarded Master
I cf Science .
. and FT*, tt M. Yetter left degree)n education Monday nightat Ing the .appUcatlca' i* In fort 'Madison,' la. 75 '- "
ta their.car for Pennsylvania.1 the commencement 'exffUse at all lime* at the' ration; ,0"i.'o i **, Mn. Bow.',cam* .(a. ':Ensign\Jo *phutj fort /t .

rMrs. 1C'bn. Molten gave abirthday of'.t" University of Miami. ottIct.. . " ;..;.. f from Chicago In 1002 and physical education Instructor?.
party $Johnnie, Jr. on She received her Bachelor of .. Cudjoe Key and In Miami j i Homestead' High School 'whoj
May 23 . Among the guests Science degree from the tame unit. 'TOR:WEATHER: homesteadinf hen with]I':stationed with the WAVES. t
wen: Wilabella, Janis and Estelle versify In 1037. young' eons in 1908,-.e Hunter v College. JnX New
Bowen, Stewart and Helen Hall OffhW VwtfMT N*.-t.....W *tb J'tlnhe taught mua/4/ :City*visited' here ';'Monday:
James Brown, Myrtle' Louie and Eunice l ,Walker Listed vwIaMfrt atatloa.. Hammtmt,. wa*' always, active* in spoke, to the'hUh! school<,girls]
Hazel remington Oad71.IJule Official weather report of civic lVor ;. .She :wrote]:!a special assembly ;
and Elsie Campbellf..red Moffett, As Degree Candidate Subtropical Experiment,Station which was recognised In|1 1 f Ensign- Cook,tsme by;piano I
Archer Smith, Bobble Crow Virginia I Homestead, Fla. and poetry msjailhti bring: recruit frog MW York I
Hoemhel" EliMbeth and Among those who will receive vms founder and editor I Jacksonville and fleW from th)
Dexter Horn, Evelyn Thomas, degree, from Florid .Southern Dora ideal" Ml.. I B.r, 1 :..*% a quarterly mafazlne'!to Miami for a'brief visit.
Inei and Vernon HIU Ruth Fisher College in Lakeland May 24 1a April 22 "" ,. 63 I 5130.051(, She was also author of hit returned jby plan to her I
MarIe and Pauline loyless, Miss Eunice Nell Walker, daughter Aprtf, ;23 __. .. 75 f'84 129.991 on,, experimental verse tics O
Lois Conner, Harold Taylor and of the Rev C N. Waker, April 24 (7 58 2949)) .- .- ' ---T
Evelyn Mowry" former pastor 01'the First Bspj April 29 "_ I 84 52 )29.341' '.
"Frances Dorsey invited a few Church of Homestead and April! 24 ._.. .. 85 j '55 ,|2992l$ CUSTOMERS. : i
friends to a 'doll' party on Wednesday kfn. Walker' former member >ojhe April 27 __ 85 157 130051
Tk< guest were Mary Es- Dad County Board of Public April 28 85 58, |30.07 Due to labor difficulties, beginning': Ha
.
April 39 ____. 85 [ 55 (13005
tell Booth, Coma Davis, Marguerite Instruction. wholes
30th I forced to discontinue all
Wollam and Janl Bowen Ms Walker will receive a April SO ...__- 8S (3 |30.00 am
"Mr. and Mr*. Emerson hrder Bachelor. of Science.degree Mall _....... 88 I 52.ISO.04| sale of ,chickens-also the "service. .of. dressi: .,
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of CtouMi Amoved Into tmlr pew t. '. Maya: 96 64 |130.001.| chickens. .
home \W Pirkei1''ave,. Tuesday* New Wok Unit Produces May 3 _.__ 87 82 ISO.051
MMr/ Newt O. Ball left last May 4 ....: 8.1 $8,130.051| | I wish to thank you for your' patrons
week oh a vWt with friends and 1,500. Surgical 'DressingsFifteen May D' m 17 |180.UI| and 1 hope to be able to serve you again in
relative at Fremont and other May 4 ... _.. 84 130.101$
points In Indiana." hundred surgical 4re a- May 7 ___ 811 71 |30.08| capadt&at some time in the future: N.:.

"Mr. and Mrs. Jess A. Soper ,'Inv' have, ,been produced sine May I ._ .. 8. T1'-I30.081.| | .cl.I: prill continue to sell chickens live andre '
announce the'arrival ot a'daugh. May..10, by 'the 'new Red Cross May 9 ._._ 17 88.((30.1 Iftt .
tar. Franca Mcintyre, Thursdayat work unit which has been opened May 10 .. ....... .' n'ISO.MI ,, n prices.., .
Mr*. Hunff hospital." In the art.room of Ballard High May It 37 80 130.01! '
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"Ana a DorU Gott Infant School under"{-supervision. of May,12 n 88 {29.95| Hours: 8:30 a,in, to5 rSO p.. m..No Sunda

,daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Mrs. Lawrence Klopp May ISMtyI4 11101" 120.931 .sales no"deliveries..
Oott.ot Gould, died Wednesday. The room Is open from 2 to 5 i '': 90 59429.88 .
P. m. dally"except Saturday and May: IS U 12 |30.OS| J1

Princeton Mn Stricken Sunday,Local:women are tirged I May 1 r ..;1 4e 70130041! : .. ,Mr&.C.W McEwen' I
te assist with,,tIM 'WOfk% May :: 116' |(29.961May : .
F.t Hy While at Work they faR .glv*',only. an hot. Uj 1t .. 8.1 70 2998 .. 18 N, & 14th.i
1 a time. May It (.1.. J29J8L ,
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Jame Luthera. wrt of .
.nriaceloa..)!,truck driver tot.the
U.' $,; 'Xngineert i Department at
nmnMt ad. Field, died unexpeti- t
.sYy\.t\JIt.at 'Vrkj Wednesday: .
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will be directed by Turner FunWsJ RED.LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
Home fcav*' not Jet been i
;completed.)11r. k
Stewart leave! his wife, i '
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Anal L. Stewart; seven tbDdNIIImdtl' .
18 yen of age Drrothr '
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Annie Florence, Marjorie James, u, ?
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,BH'jr brcHher and. Charles Stewart; and of Ceor-three :" < :. : : : ';' '
gin and Grady Chariot and Edward ",'., < .Tarr ** P., yes i :. + ;:- ;/

Stewart of Hasting Fla.Waftsee RtV9Q Jt.I8.AaUsa attaf1 iVas********!* M'HBflliMr. ,r' ..
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frtys; 'monifl..fort. e cemtng year..' ', '.' ; ; !*.* I r" ., -A ; -rif.
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,died *t his bane here an Monday :. ....<.t" rial .will nut be'ab1e '), :. : .,; :
evening wee oonr'ueted at S p.m. ages 'ft'f"ftl'll..t s we ;> : ] : :
Thursday la the Turner fun .
.",at chapel by. Dr. 3, E. ,3chn- a .. .. .
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stone, pastor of the rim Baptii" \ '. '> ire. Hr regulAr. > : ButweWstw .
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year ago
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of Homestead; a daughter, :Mr 'ioJ;. : : : : :
RrMwJ Parker of Mocrehead, N. : .
CU and two brother, Edgar and .
Jack Waltee of North Carolina. ,"

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l ,1-'rYa1 Ma ,"- I.-1943---: ". ... .u._ Y ..':it. ._MFSTIAD-LEADER 'AND-ENTERPRIgt Pare 1'hre 1 )if
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e r '.' 'w 'FLORIDA CITY' . | at about 10,000 ,In tomatoes,
4.500 In beans B.ttw Ja potftae
ss;Wanwas Ieees
ea'or' 'In and Around I . { It, I. Scott i* rvctrmfnc from t W'. 'PO M Jr: .et11aaeol&aj; nk
hi* prolonged Utneet. ropa. >.
I Mr. U4 Mr. John Rohrer and i i He gave a mum of the latest

0 daughter Catherineaoesd to .Mr. and' Mrs, Harvey Rohrer;I agriculture. report beets county
Homestead I their sear home In Redland Saturday and family and Mr. and Mrs. and ot th* work don by
Mia Virginia Booker will Harold Rohrer and family, all of the county ..-nt'* office In the r
I remain with the Roller family Cape Sable visited relative her conservation program and touched
IUI'ItiI the close of school when th* this week. on the work of the various .....
will join her parent in Georgia. mitt*** of the Dad County USDA
; Mia* Margaret Berger lift Sat .. Mn. WUlard Lewisof Key Joseph Daniels of ChSltoloakM! ) war board of which h* la Been
vrday for Chicago where she will West has returned to Homestead this the tary.
Mrs. W. F. A. Robertson left was a rued week at horn*
pitch for a girl diamond bU tor a visit of several weeks at the of Mr .
this week for Cleveland to visit and Mr* St. Clair Demure
league cpcMond by Philip Wrigley horn of her parent, Mr and Mn.Jesse relative .. t ,.
.. of the Cub Th* team wilt Ooaaman.Mr Mr and Mrs. Jack Branch of
play Jot recreation of. war workMS -;I. -:--
Miami were Saturday of
Mattson. guests
Mr. and Mrs. a have
.- within a ISO-mil radius of .. N C ski will leave Wed. returned to their home In Fort Mr,. and, Mrs.- 1. J. Walkup.
;Chicago, I i nesdajr on a business trip to Fre- Pierce. I 16 Nrrect

moot, Ind. : JAMES ARCAERSMITH .

Mrs J L. Burton underwent I ' beqrt'y Mr*. R. t Shepard left Wednesday HOStTTAC NEWS Tribute
n operation at Emory University I
the ( !
Mn. C t: or- for North Conn. 1
14i 1 ;Hospital in Atlanta May 11 and miner Mia Edwina Close,.has arrived .. : Haven ; r
.... to reported too,be, "dcing nicely".I, Mr.John
'from: Puerto Rico to visit l Mr. and MIL John B. M\Uck6t Gadway was returned
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i Hr 'ton Dr. Joe Burton of the'her parents, Mr. and ...... .J.; E. Homestead occupying the Saturday to her home from i
+a Made County hospital staff, who Cloae of Homotead. Mn. Fortea 'Dixon apartment art on Caves av., James ,Archer Smith Hospital
accompanied her returned berry JUde ,the trip by plane. when she had been a patient.Mr .
day night but her mother I' Helen Finder. :
Sun"j .I Tavemler
),(011I' Sever has-been n but I "
M B.
Massey, wh also I : had her tonsils yester-
pIIIIecI'her. Mr. and .. John Whichar now recovering I 'Ted
will remain to ;
returned last week from a vial day.Mrs. THE LAST SUV1CI
after the .patient. ,,with relatives In Hattielrurg'; Ernest Netll left Wednesday for Jessie Hancock. a medic,will be one you will have ooje-
''MilL 1-Zellwood. Fia. Mrs. HelD win re.grain patient at. James Archer Smith:alon, to remember with console.
Mr OrIn' I
Smith will leave
to. With bar father,.... E. sew, Hospital 'was returned yesterday'l tlon, U the detail are left la out
day for Atlantic { :
City U Join her I to her'.home en Und 1Q Key competent hand Befitting dig.nity .
time before
will leave tf.for some Joining
ttotband who 'w' station**, thereIn Mr.Robltlrow; Ml_ey Norton. of Miami It a': and beauty will distinguish
the army, She will b* accom.ftanl Sunday (or; a 1IOIIth.YWt.. in her .husband. '
j : d by her,.sister..kpa. John I Chicago wl.1Ja. her nother Mn.. medical patient'LABOR ,,lit, with never any questl*** *l

aVuer of Coconut Grove and Mi*.j!Harold 8. Muggeridge.. and"her Mr. and Mri. Roy NeiU and ;needless or overburdening art,
.lhuft" sons Jackie, who will mother-in-law lI... W IU Crow. children. Kenneth Bobby Dick LACK i 1

toY ,Jt relatives, In Middleton, Conn.Mr 'YI8-j ie and Patricia, left Sunday for ... I Turner
---'r BobWllletts who has compMed Tennessee where hey Will farm. ... --
,and M.... Norman Coffin his freshmen year, at the (Continued From PaP One) I I Funeraillome
lai ,ff jHgUsboro. Del, are announcing Southern Baptist Theoloflct Mr. and Mrs. E. C. GlUet and and by government emphails anManuel I
the birth, of a nine' and a half Seminary In Louiivllle, arrived family moved Monday to Ram. crop I ..-.,. Aaibnlanea Servlwi .
'found ton on May it:Mn. Coffin Friday to spend the summer with rod Key. I He estimated Dade County'. Plena 17* He'YOU'VE ...a.l..

k before her marriage nearly two his stepfather and mother Mr
yean ago WM Miss Mildred Batu and M.... Boy Darb,. Recen
of Homestead. guests at the Darby home were
'Mr. Darby1 parent, Mr. and M.... DONE YOUR BITNOWDOYOUROEST

Harvey Rue, senior at the Cniwnity .I A.. A. Darby of Lakeland. .
of Florida, returned from -
Gainesville Wednesday and la at The' Rev. and Mrs O. Sewell "
the home of his parent Mr. and Palmer are Ifl at their home. !

Mn Frank B. Rue I I .
'" Mrs Jerk Rhode of R.iland.te'I.n4 ,

Herbert Booth:, a tenior.at tit; her children Ronnie and Betty '
a 'were guests Sunday of Mrs. ',
Vnlvenlty d Florida, li expected
',Rhode. father and stepmother, ; "
ij,1tDrna today ta, vUlt .ail.mother, } >I.i J :
.; Mn Arvt la Booth. I Mr, and Mrs. B. C. Murphy "' '" .V "'''''''', ',',..

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fcr of Mr and M. Curtii t .
Lee of Goulds, will return Saturday , hom)>o(,Mr*. Henrys parent< Mr. f. . : .'
.or Sunday from;Tallahassee 'and.Mrs."D"' ]U; Dorm .. ..-?,,.. f'

where she has Ju t.completed y L t+ .' ",: f ....
be#:freaUman. ,year. . , ,Mrs: Cladyl Buck of Miami: ;; .. '' I
r ,: spent. _Saturday night+and Sunday .,). ,,
Bruce'Scottfreshman- at Alabama ' aic- a: guest of Mrs.. Donnabe- :.
a \ Graham: -- ., 1"
In Auburn .
Polytechnic Institute .
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,. will.leave there May 59 ta '
end'the., summer'vacation1 herewith Mr. and' ....... Sheret.,returnedto ,.:
his.mother.;Kn. Ruth Soott;, Wednesday; to their, home 'Jas t. ; "
t business! .ubJeeti Instructor at per.AL..tier a.vlilt,ber* with ; : : tot. . 1C

,Rora*tad ,High'Sohool.: .. their pen, Cpl Harold Sheftr:wh "' '
ttaUoned ft Homestead field. { .
Dr.- and'Mrs. AJ i. Burgreen -
'and Frank:5V.'6U1'man.'del%gatevMn .'..J. Yancey of AtlantabTgucsf i
:Stlllmafti Mri,-Ralph King.Man .' not: her son-ln-la .114 (..'
and Zella Burgreen returned daughter. Mr.'and Mrs:-B. F. King Il
Friday night from the Episcopal: . -- I IMr. f+tW.
convention at Bradentctl.Mrs.. _, and Mn. Earl Ctavey are-l .
'atlngman apent inc at.at the- "time spending 'the' week visiting .:yUativet : \ ,'" r'

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MAYHEW FITZPATRJCKRedUod ." DUI N(; & troot,.. /. '''.' ': 'M-- It mat too andi e. all MaW U M are asklas

betwe Traiawl a lot of stM-*u4.a lot of t bu0f tool- non roar thee w* Las Beds lot yeam, The,
Road ..Avocado a4 Blacayn I Drives
balk a hot d shipptago things! ..*'. Uk .>bay with wet amey have
Pianoforte and'Theory 616"W
'VloUn And *.ksip fr few k an, w*booth Vat Bo4a. disappeared 'or'are ar -scarce M ...'. sseca.
XtJopboM' PianoAccordlan
v. Alsogembee to eHIIou of a* beagle War loads why roe pat that mossy iM Vw 1Ioe.l..1 ,gad
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Aa4 awarfy SO'a.IWoea Ai*s stalled pMiagt CM a>>* /asu_14 toe lacy I) when. dW beds ......

--.*. o.perceat steer ray s.to Vat Boedt essay mow M kelp per few the> ...-.**, prices doi. I

fr ,porch trough A* Payroll ievlags Plan, .provide, parade loll aad yisceilais (.... ee!a.

'tr ;s That WM alaood stub",But, k WM **4i a sells .ftoermllr. .decent world tea all ol. M whey the>> .af

Was;w*M.U'43 I*not eeoogb. be'4)1WN Iswoeu

DEFENSE got 10 At wore ftcWiag (his ""' We',, QuutcM: an',"'... already| I* !d>* Permit Ss4".s ,t

got to V> rote wading move trtioing soon .... J'lae-Lurla. War Joe.i.-.doiag row bis Due

stag-**4 man snio i : do*'! stop thief 8s If v* eat boost row NOW'

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4 x Cattail fabric prodUcttoa will b*I[ '"Passenier, csr .drlVeS! wtth '

HOMESTEAD THE increased fey about 120 million .mileage ration exceeding MOrncnihly ...

LEADER\\ yard annually without: the use are eligible for any
AND '. of addition facilttle or raw materials !'[grade of new tire it their present "

FWD" 11\ HOME a* the result of a recent tWIt are not fccappable. ,,'
WrB' order fabric* wU( be lighter *I.1 I "W11_* 'e AA

i 0111_, e.es. Pte, and" tea tightly; woven but All soldiers can get flnanctaf
6111C==,alia/ae to.A.waV. PROMT. serviceable and capable of .meetIng -:protection through the National ,
all military .essential tt- Service Life 'insurance 'programU

_n__ene.Ap er aria asr..rnseels. vitian need : they act before midnight: of
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,mlfcrtaUEIOBU; .,As ad%.. Sugar for home canning win be service on a tarn of In a food. processing August 10. the war department
limited to one pound toe each actory". tCenean and rang. all will be, hall announced. Th. maximum

: Mlin: .UtAC 1r. tsar Atom tour quart of the finished product -- Mora -than a hundred everyday made available by OPA for home I poliqy I* 110,000 and Permeate will
to the the basis fit stated to made to benetlciarie* only in
and mar be secured by applying Job, unexciting but vital canning oa '
, Magi may tUCKOKOMb I to the local board. Each "rim ., war have bean listed aa "war Job need up .to 10 gallons and In accordance monthly Installment
a re a.al.ageacitmox la 1u.w.4.- more than SI for woman" Among them are with the estimated -
., .....- pound Any family can apply for job In starts restaurant, laundries bees ot stove operation for more IT. .S. war prisoners and dvO

:r AfD'.f Sugar to put up I***. Jellies and office, schools, hospital, than 10 gallon, > Ian Internee held by Germany

b pees Cnwrt etasm see: f M*. met preserve at the rate of five publla InstttuUona, transportation and Italy taDIve cigarette

r> ......* .t k.I.. Ra"paws...... -. ??. pound per ...-. Lent year *u- communications, public utilities Owner of truck and busses do cigar tobacco, smctfcint sent tobacco'or by relative chewing and '

fMS, SLMl I *. fet*. gar fet, preserves wa limited to' and other necessary community not need a preference rating to b friend The plan will be extend
ont pound per person. eervice buy a replacement part If thedeeded l
ed to Include persons held Jl1'l
Part 1* not available. locally -
x.lh ....
1 N sasses tN. aatleee..5 The chief grievance of moat Application for purchase oertlficates ' order be (Continued on fag Seven
:, = I Mt, so of peso "" a purchase may
1w6M e.Me .. = :1 for tamI -.IIe t .'j
Yp folk; who want higher wage pressure placed w ltli a dealer. Ne/eNeeN.NNN.eeNeMNN.eN.Nr .
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T o, I II bigger profit, higher prim teem cooker ere now available at Your Dates
to be the riling coat of food. To country; rationing board Applications Baby scale wilt be old to

Modern Arabian Nights I correct this, the OPA I* moving may be tiled by Individual the pdbllo on doctor prescription With Uncle Sam

I to put callings over everythingwe families or neighborhood pool thl* ,**... Previously" baby ...........................-.- ''
By Annie Msrhew fltepatrickWe I eat. Cut of about ten per cent but preference will be giveea.to scales for household use had been
( II I have been ordlncfilD the retail request ot several families who banned, except for Kale made SUGAR: Stamp 12 food for
are the gags who haft for" fey! price of beef. veal, pork. lamb, will share a pressure cooker for physician; and hospital fire pound through May 11.
these man/,year* mutton coffee These wont go COFFEE: Stamp U good for

Poured our tales Into willing or'I' into effect until June 1, but If Doughnuts and potato chip are Victory; gardener with plot'one pound through May 30. i

unwitting ears; I the beginning of a new prtoe- the lstet to suffer from grease I away from their home will be f FUEL OIL: Coupon 5 valid UU
From "ow. henceforth, ,../'l1I.ltl I control move People who,live by shortage i eligible for extra ration of gases Sept 30.OAS01JNE. g
pop-eyed with mouth ajar food will not : A-coupon I good
than
I producing tine this summer. it they can show
i 1 Listening tq the tales the boy I find themselves taught la asqueeze MOI'tat\ ;'woyien must need for extra milts**, and it tor three gallon through July U, -

4 bring from afar. I I either,' because the g 'r- be added to the nursing caps if the car owner I* regularly cultivating SHOES. Stamp IT .(In sugar
t On such cam by and told' us I emment J*.going to offer aubat- civilian health to be maintained a. tract of vegetables of book) 'good for one pair' until

not by half enough dill to maintain production. In IMS There; la a drive on to 1,300 square feet or more.and cannot .June IS. c... :
Of his exciting trek out to the, win coat several Jn BLUE STAMPS O H, andY
This new plan enroll qualified young women get to hit garden any other
Persian Culfc : hundred minion dollar But the[Jane In the WOO nursing school way He should,arrange. if possible valid through May 31. '
(About a town where down the less I! I RED STAMPS, C;r. O ft validthrough
government feel this will be studied to the country's leading to share bile car with other
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There middle of the street j costly to the nation than making\IhocplUl. I gardener. . 'r .. I May JLJ. 1 valid May 23.
ditch
nun a wherein by
J Increases and allowing bigger ,
wag '
CJIJclIlI.rbbon m* t i profit which might benefit a > .", > .,"- .
Before your very eyes torn folk; but would.In .
few people temporarily
art bathing in the nude, I 1--- 1
the end lead to ruinously highprices. '
A group close by preparing ft/- t' I' ,." ; '" ;
table for food I .

further on, perhaps, .a.woman Us the moet dClii.ttep yet .
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Wass" dishes, taken by OPA to hold down the
Launders clothe each doing cat of living If It work, It win 1

what the wishes. ,be ae important a* a. military,; vic .

The baker throw his loaves'f to tory. .
cool upon the floor I .)

A few date added make a meal, The boy In uniform think t., ', \"
with nothing more. there' nothing like a Utter from '', .:lL...,

Pearl merchanttwtft big.> wares' hoar n.. **especially when they're Mearsad .... 1W1*;"' I'r.; .le... s" : i .. ' Rt kttMy, 'M.5. ,- ,. $s;.'',@ffl ,
now
And figure*
.300-WI *
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tied In knotted fa*, : : 0 ,.
A peck or so'Jo .1IIICb-M bat no show that they're getting four P .
Upper oaf.HI I time a* much mall a* did the A. I : >. ,.>" .

store .ft"CIpeJtent.. HIt ,tiny K. Tt at the peak of the first hl" "V.1
world war. The average la }' pieoH I V--? '

Stand unmolested, there !* spite I of.jnail per week. per voldier, ... .... ".- ,.-...-... ,.. .,- '... "

of filching watts, ,Thai make*'U mighty.hard, on .
More gripping than the UW of those tew woo are receiving ten ... Yoor book of *at fade srt ," c : ", .

the Arabian night, than the average. > ', .... \, "

So vividly he portrayed the --" .. .I ftjt jo* a* tatereK ant** . .it'" ..;'
tound and tmell and sights, The V. .. Secret Servk: has " HIM k t* tat War SsvFofklsoulrdw ss. .'re: t'i 1
Far down the years's c-hI1cI-n found thieve and' forger Who yes .: ;'y,
with ,check 1- t' iogaSoads. . .1
a famlft'i grtn are cashing government y loersrstt I f1t'
"Let* fade tore grand-dad starts Issued to, dependent of soldiers toads wbkb bale :

the Persian Guy, agin sad ether* who receive pay from : :j
the government Folks whoa mail : 1f,
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I* delivered ":
The New PennyKey : they are not,at home should put .t. .. t"

( West Citizen), 'I lode on the) boxes. Secret Service .. \.
alto advises against endowing 'to r'.
The postscript of a letter Stephen 'government check before you're ,
C Singleton mailed today to ready to cash them. "' '" ,
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Henry Morgenthau Jr. secretaryof ,f ; .
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the United State Treasury f Certificate*7 service ,will' be fIJI save a tall book O/// "" Ij. .'/ ,

will thumb an echoing refrain In awa/ded to all who enlist in the It'_ ." \ cow, every dst yo wak ,''I
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the heart,of Key Western geiwr- :U. S. Crop Corp for work ob .ti ::1.1, ,.6 <';. COICIlWtIOM71 ':. .
ally. !.nN.tI\Iit year.'Person recruitedfor ,f ,. 1 ,.'yo'! ""\ :
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Tool thing", or Its equivalent. wolrk! In panning and otMrfooit I ,j
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bat been applied a thousand time processing plant also will I Ilk

In Key West and counties million I be entitled to reoeiv them. They
of iime throughout the will be present** for "patriotic ,

country to the shiny, dims look- .AIi:
log penny that the treasury has 'flghted old people a* a dim*. 1-SOLO ., 'M>! A ..t'

Inflicted bni, the people of the 1 *UH.*t that's' square hole: I". .. .. .. *. .. '
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United State. "f. ..P'I .
I tit punched In the mlddl of'the ... :
But on 4* ,Mr. SIn'....'* let. infernal .thing thereby saving }" "" M +BW1...aieega ; t tlneeg I.
tar and be sure to read the P.S.t ton ot scrap metal and the at lilt t wPastlOroletrofie .,, ,.;/I
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doubt If any recent aetloa of of men from perdition,
a the government wise .tr unwise.ha "P. SJ In the event that moneyof ..... ......( ,. lt; < '; I\, Nil'. :"'!
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Mentioned more heart-felt this value doe not come under .'. .." I.> .4'J&. ": 1);., ,. "pr'r.
cuaxing than this one-cent coin your obtervation, I am attachinga '! tMI'J! '1 '
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,which Ii'ao,.readily wished off sample, which tam glad to get 'trl r .'/ : 1-t.
on hurried. 'cashier and dim-, rU ot.<< It brat ne Bin cent" /1'0; (I.. : ;;l.J,., ::: ..j

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to Friday, May 2l.. 194.3 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE PUll Ft1't


01 Loral' Girls Graduated and eu not be occupied by'private bare by the influx of army fame :i ;

: From Jackson Memorial owner. They are expectedto die and war worken, whidh Moo fceaalttted :
, OUR MEN IN SERVICE provide partial solution .to t Hom et ad's being ..*. >

.. ; acute housing shorUut treated I Unaled a defense area, w May.lt. .t

... _. _,. Mia Mary Franc Arthur and: .
t ... JII"'I 1"1 ::::::::1:I Mr*. Amy Home Sanders, both ,I
I of Homestead were graduatedlast
ti ar1neReadsLeader. chance for Wright, matt and!( night from Jackson: Memor ';,. 1IC'iIII
"From Bow to Stem" Whitney engines at the Jackaoa.1 Jfoapttal: after completion of "
ville naval air. statloo.Fhiltf . a three-year course. They are to PROOt !
e I the First Kur**.*lBMerr.<. call :
& : lUams. Jr. 'so* of Mr. for array duty.Graduation '
aid' "" and M+ .'?..D. Reams of RedlanA exerolsei took place .,
fcsder-Bntr. .Is now a.reMrve In the v. & Marine la Highland Park School
t ___tic, rods .the
prIM tram bow to item and al- Corp Pbnip'who was bora The Junior prom was held on Not a failure .b ten )yon o
every .a .* tile Kb", M says and reared' In this section. I* a i the evening of May U i* the
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a recent letter Of appreciation graduate Redlaad High School: Womaal Club building and the 32 plated in AprIL

' i Ben Archer, the "ditor.SfHirhll e baccalaureate sermon was.-delivered
reading the plptrll feel James -Nesbltt Jr, who I* a Sunday morning by the Rev '
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t at*horn, and I enjoy them freshman at Vanderbilt University, Daniel Ivtrson, pastor. In Shen. The majority of those placed .
There"quij report for active duty to the! andoah Presbyterian Church
h waft on
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u t few new names I* naval reeerve oa July 1. H* Is ex. Mia Arthur, the daughter ofMr. 'had no previous training; not one ,
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petted home from NaahvluV. on: and Mr*. A. F: Arthur and
the I know
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town tor the ones I don't June S for a visit with his parents, I graduate of Homestead High ." In school at long as fire months. .
x"t*am up getting along.Just this, at their,home near Modello. I School, will finish her work at I
e j A e I Jackson Mm Hospital to the
i' ,1 hop to so* the old town 1 .
Pvt. and Mrs. John falL
future. It Barker of Cash in the good things
In the near gets on
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Florida City left Sunday for, Mrs. Sanders Is a daughter of ,
her at times, blat
? they lonseoim Kerns Field Utah Mrs. Barker Mr. and Mrs A. L., Home.HOUSING ,.,
get alms somehow. We havevtctrula. win remain with her husband '*.. of life! .while i pay 1$ Wf h. The US. 'I'
i and a few record, and
we play It at night after duty until he goes e overseas.; 'I SITE :,. :;\,_'_needs" on. .'
It aura helps out a lot with h
Aviation Cadet Lamar Dickinson .J>' > .
don't
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i a bit for wt know the folk S. JU Dickinson. of Homestead (Continued from Page One) Sub us for lumrncr rates
home are pulling for us.
the of Brooker.
writes from San Antonio Tex. property Henry
chow It pretty food, and weOUI' where he Is attending pre-night five lot facing south on N. W.
share of It to we don'tPvt school for pilots: "I am really in Eighth st were.bought' from ,Lester *
a ruin : Lawrence. STANLEY BUSINESS COLLEGE
coops studying math, code Identtflcation ;
| U a son of Mrs. SeU
The deal
of ground forces, etc. I was negotiated
Belts of Homestead.. I Ie I I nave about three and a half hour through the, offlre, of Chaa. O. .Mae Morris Bldg .N. Krome at 3rd St. .
Turner local real estate broker.The .
of study'BOW. .I have a test in '
WIlL A. Arthur. V. 8. N.
naval force tomorrow and ''oneIn houses will be built for\
of Mr. and').fn. A. T.Arthur math on Sunday. That math I*t rental on the FHA ,pads tot the,
; Homestead .. oq patrol duty. really hard . .'I walked guard I!,duration and six: months after,
the Atlantic, In a recent letr.be
S duty last night and bad only three .... .. .
told of t pleasant voyage *
hours, sleep-then classes all day .
and of his tat arrival at an "
and study until 10 p. m.
med destination.
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i Eugene Saunders has been in.
fti. Lester B. Smith of the V.
ducted into the army and will
tan of Mr. and Mr*. Gee '
tArmy. leave tomrrow for Camp Banding -
i of Homestead It
now and training. Pvt Blunders the SOLDIERS ON THETRANSPORTATION
jserving In the quartermaster defect
elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Che*,
m Charlotte, N. C He attendMl -
{' the officers' training School In ley Saunders.. e . FIGHT

Camp Lee, Va. Chas Allen Pope, U. S. Naval

Reserve cadet and son of Mr. and
ijtahn WWchard' returned here Mrs..J. R..Pope' returned Wnksday .
,tMbnadar .on a short furlough from the" University Of
dram Camp Blandlnf ,where he Florida where he has completedthe
Vas recently Inducted into the2'm. first half>of his seater year.

H* will report at a naval collegethe
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first-of July. 1
Worrit, specialist third I
.less In air traffic control at '
tr. U. S. 'naval air station at Aid to Enemy"Any j
-Lock and Mrs. Morris spent
y visiting old friends in American who wilfully .
ad. Mrs. Morris ls the neglects to pay !IIi taxes on
f former Miss Mary William Mr. time or to Invert every cent he ,
JMcrrts attended an air traffic can m War Bond I* surely glee r
{Control school In Kansas City'In tog aid and comfort to be t I
. We hive to
i December and January. enemy JJ.ob I
< do and wf are alt (or

+t i Master ,Sgt sad Mrs. Duke terries to our country. Our
of Columbia; S. C, with dollars are laW to service
Let an ask ounehres.BhaU .
i their title daughter Gayle, and too us
with
we be more leader
Ebert West of Key Field
llt. ,ec 4..rt .Sam with lilt Hvear
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30113L. have been guest this week nr _T'. Secretary.
of their parents Mr. and Mrs. MorgentbatLfs \
i tGe*. A. Vest Sgt,and Mrs. Dukes
West' and their daughter left
*Wednesday night for a brief visit

with 'relatives In Miami before r .,
I returning borne, and Sgt. 'Elbert nyt0 \

West win return. U>.his station ,o6j '\' .. .1, ...
lya morning. Mrs.,Allen Wett:ofX.ahvlne ... ; : ....... "' -''' ';
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and her daughter Janet, '" nR; U\!! , ..._ _iiA: :
|MM are visiting at the Ceo. West t ,
aom 1 .
PATRIOTICttrftiict, : '
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ili..A. W January recently 't' YOU'VE nwt lIMn"fat 'pr''war days who** dock In frec It S rvtc4 to

i Wether's Day card from her Travolen..Cow'teota.ffident( rvic*. If you wflL rU'i your HorUi
Albert W. January, seaman |
close, V. 'S Navy, who la r Motor Lines *9 nh He It tail doing butWn the Mm. oU rfcnd

on the 'Pacific.. and l today ltis.xp.rionc. and trawl| bowWf* mean mon MM vnrbfor ,
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'.Pvt and i>Mr* Fred Chapman 'r. t Vols w i iHH .

Crap, Swift, Tex, arrivednajiM"to . II. no l.q WxxV test of{ob-tMJp otMrs.' You fed.Km bury

artktg.M ,the spend home a week of .... wick I every day with hi* first duty-the helpful dbpatch of our IMII in ....

jtjuliu OhapMM, mother of ,.' "VIS J form-b*) >It lorded haves l before tUov n ) i .dy ntur>-orrtyorf.tngtoiMsweamfx. .
r>sissaii. nag Mr. and Mr ... Ie .
O. MbHl. asvent* of him SomttimM you1 catch kU figuring a Honeymoon

MrtI01t'QlOSS I trail, or chart the coupe for:. sweet old UJy. HM day k p.d.d ,

lafhn: sermon aeeeml classbeen 5 with action- and he tac&hs..dt _,merit with 1ftffMf.....

promoted to test roeBOUJnt ... SEII.QlOSS. :Bti why BonJ; Motor LWi .U en Ufc rig atfecrw, for its

'" 5 .9..i4>. TH.y Kv won the eonfidonoa and 9r 4ilid. of ourpttron*

.Ant come nelson I ,. .--::= ... iMmtainod .t .B times Hue high tradition of our Mrvic. U t dyt

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: 't CLASSES PARADE, DRESSES '.ROUXD ROBIV CARD SENT BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR SOLDIERS
I BT GROUP TO ILL MEMBER:
: AT P. T. A. INSTALLATION! MEETING At,the meeting Tuesday after.I SLATED FOR MONDAY EVENING AT USO .-:

T '. 1 noon of Circle Three of the W, S t '
Mrs H. L. Brandenburg., pre-school roundup will -'< 'j dent for the second time the month after school la oift she well card was signed, by circle ed men having birthday 'house sponsored last Sunday bj
Cher officers wen praI-1 said, member to be sent to Mrs. J L. series between May 1 .nnlv..I' the First Methodist Church. The
]t. J. Jlester, visual education Burton who.Is recuperating froman (,choir sang four selections to piano
% Homestead P. T A. chairman, said that on an average operation in Atlanta. 24 will be bold Monday; night InUrn accompaniment'played by Mrs. J.

Wednesday highlighted, a fashion I five Urns a week have been used Mrs. W. R. Anderson, was enrolled tJSOT clubhouse. Special take D. Redd.chairman of'the pragma
display put on by ninth grades in class work. as a new member. Mrs. E will be served &o all the guest committee. Walter Wllko- of Mi.ami .

s seventh grade girls from the I, Geo. N,- Wakef{eld told of the S. Caplinger conducted the Bible Entertainment p'en for the gave three violin solace accompanied
study and Mrs A. & Move gave by Mrs. W. R Eaton
home economics classes of Miss ,county physical education de i week include a dance tomorrow
the devotional.Mrs. Fruit juice anddwlcl'l... were "
:Allle FergusonMrs. partment'sdesire to have supervised evening sponsored by the Redland served the'refreshment ;- ,.
f treasurer by committee
: day and evening recreation J. W, Englsh Parent.Teacher Association Md "'
Olin Wright was Installed programs extended to the Redland reported nine dollars collected in open house on Sunday 'afternoon_ beaded by Mrs.'Dan: Williams '1.
S tint voe-pre ldent and Mrs. District ,1. pledges and $1U la the fewer from 9 to 8 o'clock when light .refreshments Miss Mary McNeil,,: gun* ./
( fry: J. Psrman, secretary The tec- I Mrs. Wright' reaenttd the''association's Fund. Cookies and punch were will be served. Girls eral chairman of arrangements,
sad vice-president, Mrs. A. ,E. gift to thtI'. president, served by the hostess. I will be present 'to take part Id was assisted tf by Mrs. H. L. Brown,
president the W. S. C. S.
Paul, and the treasurer, Mn. JackFolk a whit handbag.Attendance Other members present were: I grcnp singing and in paying The
heavy rain the
disrupted
were unable to be present i I ewasds were won Mrs. ,J. L. Ballard. Mrs. J A.' game*.
:Absent aeowu the scheduled b y Miss Mary Jackson's room and Daugherty, Mrs. H. M. Glbbs. Mrs. The regular dance will be held I Monday evening, program, but lit '
-" j and Mn T E Stadlg of Print *
fastening officer. Mrs. Walter Mrs. J.: R. Ratland's room. Mrs.J. D. L. Bowen Mrs N. a Ball, andMrs. : Tuesday evening and on' Thurs l .
ton helpM entertain the tew *
Beekham state vice-president, for 0. Wynn "presented the pros Carl Anderson, Mrs. Chas day the Homestead Presbyterian listed *,n '

t whom Mrs. Ben Archer a past 'I gram C. Fay .and Mrs, ,L Lease, visi Church 'will iponaor the dance :men Sacred presentThe Heart Church.db.
president of the local P. T, A..l Cookies 'and punch were served tors.The I that follow the regular weekly !reeled a dance for service,men :.. '
served as substitute Officers and', in the patio by Mrs. B. M. Wad-- next meeUnI'wm''be held dancing dai Friday May at. will at the clubhouse last nightIt .
man, hospitality chairman, and June 13 at the home of when service
fi Installing officer wore .corsage Mrs. Bal. be family night men ,i hoped that a local orchestra (
?', bouquets presented by the pres her committee after the,meeting lard. and tUlt'l.mnl.'lit be given : and one' from Homestead .

tdentThe a welcome to Homestead. The ,Field will be available soon"tor i r,
dress display was presented MRS. CLARENCE GRAY'S PUPILS TO GNE'I Woman's Club of Homestead will j
I USO dances, Director 'W,'WD.. :
in the form of a skit, "I.nl"Dream" be the hostess group at the. dance,! t'
Ward said yesterday.
In which the performers PIANO RECITAL AT HER HOME MONDAY, on May M.: :
wore garment they had made The dance on May IS was sponsored .
Dorothy Kuhn took the part of by: the American. Lesion I t I ROOM MOTHERS CHTR : -
Jane and Quid Turner, the part The piano pupils of Mn Clarence Gray will present the following Auxiliary: Home made cookies|:t,:SIXTH GRADE, A PARTY
numbers at a recital at her home
Monday evening: ,
of Jane's sister Other in the and fruit punch 'were served by 'i I Mn. J. 0, Wyna's sixth grade <
cast .were Adelle Lott Maurine "Lullaby" __.. ..... ___ _. Prewar,the hostesses, Mrs GeoJV.'Turner home room enjoyed a party yes ",
Houston, Doris Aman, latrell "Theme" from. ""Surprise Symphony"- ,. Hand Mrs. M. A. Berger, Mr*. H. terday afternoon given toy the
Walters, Suzanne Brown, Winona Dotty Turner .t Hall, Mrs. Frank B. RueMrs. room mothers,'Mrs. A. W Hutch
Williams Charlotte Walker Ma. \\0. It,. Smith Mrs. 3. W. English,
"Sun inson
and Shower" ,_ _. Arranged byWniami Mrs. a D. Craddock Mrs
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He Conner and Louise Pierce "The quail" _.__ ._.__ : .____ Arranged by WlllamsVCjtt A. W. Hutchlnson Mrs. Geo.IX Carl Anderson and Mrs. Pete Per
Four seventh grade girts Eliza. : Jane Bashor"Country Ruehle, and Miss Ruth Fox. kins.I .
I both Albury Louise Williams, ,; Last Saturday evening the Red I The party was given in the city
Rose Slncot.* and Betty Lou Shelly Gardens" :_._____-.. _._. Grainger i land first aid post sponsored: the'park. Swimming; games and a''
I modeled gingham aprons of Duet, Merrylanlre! Lee, .assisted by Mrs. Cray.; darn and served fruit punch and wiener relit were the outitand-
had made for cookies to the and their. .
they "Airy Fairies" -,_ Grainger jpnen ing features.
laboratory work. partners It was a small but enjoyable I.
Merry Lee _
Carl t ,l.I Janice .: 'L' *party with nearly as :
Mrs. Anderson health .
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:'1 chairman",, told of the complete Song of the Volga'Baitmon") .. ..'.j j'1 ,...,..,.,.," .-> Russian"Folk Song many girls. as man present Representing Miss Wanda ,Tb''Wsonwhose'"' ;\: .

; 'cheek-up given by the county "Butterfly". from.. "SprlngthneV _. -.,,,- ........,. ,. ,,.. ?._,_' Wright. the post were: Mr and marriage, to Cadet Mathew R.".' .r'
'none, of the corrections made as Barbara! Cooper < Mrs Joseph'Madera, Mr. and Mrs.F. Toraya will take place, at, the ; .,:

a result of these tests, and of the "Minuet la O" -. ,,,i',-;-----.A _-_? Beetnoven"Banjo W. SUllman, Mrs. J. A. Roth- Thompson, home on June S, will "'
.vaccinations given. The annual Song" ..ljr-. ,. ,;,-,_, u...-- J18nI- by Schermer erham. Mr*. Thomas Start,, ..ad'l41 be given a, shower on aysit by 'r.lira. ./
Kathleen Wagner 1 I Kathleen-Wagner. Seymour Dane'at her bomej. ,
:: A musical program.waa:dln \-. 774 S. ,W. First st.. Miami. : "';"
MISSION GROVP'OESERVESBIRTHDAY' Welcome, Sweet Sprlngtlmet ,. __' Rubinstein ,.
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ANNIVERSARIES Flute, Mary Lou Hajrric ,: . . '".. .. t - . '_ ,

birthday ' 4'p . '. '. , ,
anniversaries' "Home Sweet Iforae". -'ii: ,_.. .. ,. ., A Bishop " I. .r > \.
airs. r : .. ...
Dan Williams\ Mrs Mollie I N'
Flute and clarinet, Mal'Jou.Harrla and Marilyn Bethea. .
{JWlngate, Mrs O Sewell Palmer I . . I' ....
Vnd "The Joyous Farmer" '. ; _. ._ Schumann .
Mrs S ft 'Matthews wereobserved : 11 ?/ I ;
'Tuesday at the all-day "Fairy. ,,Footsteps" ___._*....,"...!-. --.- Schumann : : .' ,:. ..
..meeting of Circle'One'of' the W.i Marilyn Bethea . . : :

[8.' C' S at the First Methodist "The.Doll's+ Dream" .. *, .:-, -.A-V f-'* .._ Arranged by Schirmer I : ::' :

IChurch tb.. 'I (A)',The luUaby '(8) DoH goes"to sleep. '(C) The dream. ., .... DIXIE"DRUGPssoei'ss 1011_ :...,..
*, tAt covered dish luncheon (D)'She wakes up. (E) She dances .
there was I birthday cake with
; Barbara Jean. Grote"Berceuae"

f !lighted the candles Jumo.and gifts Were Mrs:' (fullaby) ..;,"."...,... ,. ? .,-? -n '__. 'Godard seal !tIK

I flven palmer was unable to guests.be present. "Valse Bleu"' ???__JL.,- ,. ? ... ... _'-. 'Margls".

:pre account of Ulnesa.Alter .I tenors Williams ..VJ'. /'''''''.''.':.'... J'.V't'.J'.......... ..........i.... t'''..........."..." .
-a brief business meeting, "Lily Polka"r __,. ? ,.-,. .. 1 Cook
Mrs. Casper Williams leda discussion Comet talc Bruce Wagner

( of the study book. "ThePresence "Prelude. In C Sharp Minor" ....,'?>", ?. ,...,,.,-,, Rachmaninoff Week of May 17.24MIZA
1. [ of Jesus Present be (Preceded by lew a Passing of a Giant")
facts
asides those mentioned wore Mrs.
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H. 0* Blown Miss Helen Living. '
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Bless America" .' Irving Berlin
ton and the Rev. O. Sewell ? ?
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Palmer. (Sung by *veryon 1 t honor of month National Week.) TOILtT NEEDS .,

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CIRCLE 4 GIVES PROGRAM were Mrs tart Byrd Mrs.hostess Circle Two wDl meet
? AT JOINT W.M V.:MEETING I'T: Mr*. S, t. ,W < Mri with\ Mrs. T. E. Kirby and Circle, so .1t1141A

Circle Four of the W.: M V. .. ,: Radford Mrs; J. Tom Vaon.Four will 'announce;Its- meeting
ear was In tharga of the Joint meeting Mr. T4 E. Klrby, and. Mrs., B. E.plac* later WA, so (w+:"1010 nor

-, held May II lathe First Bap. Edward 00
? plotIsHtl1ll
tit Church Taking part In the ; On June t, Circles' On*' and ART CUTE 'TO' MdE41at'' or w ry oug** twMr3
program / Mrs Catherine Three will hold an all-day meet.*!** ARIL HAC8MANing trat
Pickard.: Mrs r9T.. D.. Piche. Mrs. with a covered dish luncheon The HpmestAad Art Club win Orr
A. D. Smith, Mrs. .J, Leo Smith at the horn*'trf Mrs. J..TotIt.-.n"-- Monday>afternoon ,at the' sa'a'tave

1 and Mrs. labia Bishops. 'Others ,With Mt s.,i rant InrtB, a* .Joint. me ot Mrs Frank Heusnun.Dfc sRei s.e 1'

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PRESBYTERIAN.
ill ANNUAL. PARTY HELD fROIiTt. ,

., AT HOME OF-PR.-AND MRS. ROBINSON 1!'-"u,,,,....,,,,...,,.,,,,.,"' .,.,,.,,.,,,-,,,,,.,,,,,.-IIVJw)' I taMrtkw Jo MB* t toe KM'. wdi N i.gt/aat tostrttoa


(Continued from, Ago Four) .
Tn* Mined birthday party of for "Mexican missionary work. Japan whenever tacilltiea, are FOR RENT .II

:; I the Women: 'Auxlliur ofhe 1 l Approximately one hundred available for routing the product 'WANtEDWANTED
? Church held member: and friend of the churchwert to them. Under the I J
ppnbyttrian, WM program, the ROOMS and apirtroent "
present .. 8011- TO WSnv-Hous:
: next of kin of or
evening at' the bone oi each identified U. .
Friday able
S. war prisoner and rates hot water and, ihoW.era. ;apaitrheqt; lunuabed or partly
J Dr. spit Mr Carl F RcWnson.! crrUiaft in Palma Hotel. Florida
Mil DAVIS. DIRECTS ITCh Y terns automatically will receive City. furnished PERMANENT RES.IDETT .

A picnic upper WM' served on the FOE w. .. c. S. cimcm tMr two tobacco label every .0 day -1J YEARS Uf HOMB- '

tlTim. *. Sam J. PaVia conductedth Thee may be forwarded, with a FOR SALE STEAD Phone 81W-J Cone M. !

.. A ptoyfct on misribn WM directed mission study Tuesday after, money order to a tobacco manu Fridc. (DI7I t-U)
...., by .*... Frank O Hatha- now when Circle Two of the W facturer who will send the to SOt SEEDLING AVOCADO tree

,,s . wan and a coltiorfeken S. C S. met at the home hf MI. .aIbeoeo. No postage ft federal I 4n gallon cam Also ornamental COLORED COCPLIMan; to de
',1 A. McNeilL n I rise tax need be paid Each ex la and thrub. Phone JBJ-W, slow work, wife for houses "

The social Mrvh report show bel la good for three carton of SunnygrovNursery, > miles work; year round Job live ta ..

: .Tine Casd41r .. ed 1* oils, 22 bouquet, five tray cigarette or one carton of smoking f,'west of Florid City'. Mr*. O house on grovt OIL Kingman,

.4M i' and S20 worth of supplies. tobacco,: lOG cigar, or approximately ,- w. Calking mss (fII121-tf) Klngman ,d. Phone S9J-J11

'1 ;May II-Amateur' night at VSO. Refreshment, were served b y twenty-four ounce* ELECTRIC: oomplet I (rnl4a
the hostess. of even with
It; "f 4 .May H:-.Radland P. T A. party chewing tobacco Smaller grille. WANTED-Colored couple, middle *
Other present were Mrs H L.' amount or mixed package cannot broiler utensil, clock S.
.as US.O. Brown ; piece dining suite china 1 aged. Caretaker and tarmenHlfMJtr
,, Mrs. Ceo Hanson and be sent cable
+ May 2J USO open house work (A risks! nartv. Cal
meL. alnsle. truHriiMri
,. : ', .'. May It-Meeting of: Homestead :: O Netley L. Showster and : Mr,*and. Howell.Mr*. ] bed. cheat: of 'drawer*,faMlnn""desk, any day but Sunday'at 'end .ei
An
Art Club at home of Mrs. Frank eligible truck operator who mirror chair .09 N. W S. W. 20th *U Ptlkington Yacht
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}feUIIJDM. I unable to get rattening certlfU Ave. Phone 18SWpwyUj Basin, Ft Lauderdale; Fl*.
;' :May J*-,Birthday party at I cates for new 11?** because his (my ll.3j
VSO are substantially tile Mm'/k* the'I rationing board hat exhausted its LOST

:" Mq 15-ltelVIarUSO, dance domestic conic cts,' except thai quota :can obtain ,Certificate. for .... EXPERIENCED waitress to servedinner
May J7-H. If: S. combined th* farmer U not required to post [used tire"' instead, according Uj BLACK sow with white list' hour Good pay AU

clasp night' and band i concert to I five dollar, transportation fee OPA. Local board have been: .around fort shoulder, weight mart Colored but girt Bamboo

". school, auditorium : for each worker. Orders for.ucItbor authorized'' to lam 'used' truck i ,.round U9 Iba. Reward. Albert Tavern. (myT-tf
Church will be filled only when a tire certificate withcut .
,Way 27-Pnebyterlan ,regard to Buatey Ipm3>> )
L (party at USQ definite shortage Of domestic help quota restrictions DO YOtT WANT TO ,SELL your

. Y, r May 2 -H, H..8, Junlareenlorbanquet. I II proved to exist, cay Mr. Bird. I WRITE GOLD BAa PIN with grove or land If so writ. of

. Importation, I pf the Nassau farm Luggage will be made only. in I small let Saturday Reward I II call J 'K. Dora. n. HalcywArcade. jl
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May 26--Pamllynlght: 'it *.r. laborer tee been pictured in Life even band type. end will be JwJIed delivered to FoiliardiCafe. Ph. I-SM3 Have cu*.

"; vice men at USO. magazine and recent new reel drastically limited In size and design .In.. die tomes waiting. (myll-Jell ,
I May 29-Poppy Day t bservanc. show contingent of the black brice after July I. AUleatherlug' Schlegel.millt1))

..' May'23--Woman's. Cut dance assembled In Philade'rhi* tor gage la out for the duration.:Canvas -' WANTED-One: good _hand I"

.t USO work on New Jersey and Pennsylvania cotton, duck other fabrics ,:LOST-POCKETBOOK contain tractor. Iron wheels farm pure

May all-1I. IL baccalaureate: ,farm ant wood will ... tia.A a.. ...tom I -ng 129 war bond currency, pose. Write ROM C 'Sawyer,
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sermon at 9 p.. III. In school auditorium L stitute i when they ar*' available j jSntn"to driver license and other Identification Jr, 1501 Seminary 8U. Key ,
: cards Reward, for return Weal Fla (pmZt 4

May 10-R. H. & baccalaureate J CLINIC farmer to owner Judge Sid I. I
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are WILL, PAY *9 to tZI for
Kendrick, Odd Fellow Bid Junk ;
torlum sermon at Uj| m. In school, audl. ed to result from OPA '"".pect.J Homestead *, I tin also farm machinery If

(Continued from Page One) of retail price of I Wolfe Auto Wrecking P. O. Box )
June Commencement
of exercise ment t>f'venereal disease will be" poultry feed*. Previously. the re- PERSONALAVON: 798, Homestead Fla (aJO-U: )
Homestead High School at held in the building by U. S. Pubic taller has been allowed fixed

Ipm.June 1... eelth. Service doctor., with mark-up of '7JO a too on all 1 WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon
luncheon Action Auxiliary the federal government sharing kind of feeds Now ,feed have PRODUCTS pea In the pod, mangos and all

the expense, Mr. Bird said but been classified, .and there i*I a AI' YOU WISH representative to other: kind of tropical produce.
I June S-R. H. S. commencement contrary to' the report published schedule of/ mark-up ranging call send card to Mrs. Ann C. S. Rc *n, 7 E. ISSth St.. New .;

\; exercise at t:IS p. m. elsewhere the clinic building will from, $5.90 to $10. *' ton.4ToCseOLDear MessersmUh Homestead, Fla. York City ,
be devoted to tile diagnosing and U,80) '

ROUNDUP. treating of all ailment and tot Tlw ....... antis. .. MBBTCVOf the wcbhold.n mEt If exoeas add causes you FAT bena. 3. a. Devise, near LeLPsstore.
exclusively a* a venereal disease tile FLORIDA LAB" COAST rtRTlLUEB Sd18tQ 1{
pain cf Stomach Ulcers, Jnd!
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.. clinic./ : COMPANY.will kt ,kM at tilt f
_. o / teas b Romweena4. IA. a. 'f gestion: Heartburn Belching,!
(Continued from Pace One) Pant; for remodeling the' ysal w. Jose aft. IMS: for? fir: .Pies- Bloating Nausea CM Pain, TO trade 3T H-toa delivery sat

lent :ocaUon, or they may give building, which were drawn by .0 tar Mister ass.U,.a asi.ar Bwrd ;. tXrveton as. right*"Mttat get free sample Udga ati dan for Lion stake body truck,

their' donation through the blood C. J Parman, Joel arch'tect.caflfar ,... =00 ts.Ua* Brown Pharmacy (pjy) J R. Bevi, near Lefts (tore. a
4 ,bank quarter In Miami and itrwin the expenditure of between Q W. oODir.rn.. : (claw
be credited to either of the four and five thousand dollar A. B. roout -.,f.N Two OOITNTT JI'DCIT' II'IIT. IN I
rOB BAD COI NTT .... .
local jAXIl .111. '
,[ stations, to convert the structure into'a w itsaJe. IN rBOBATB

"'t ...... Chafl .popeli general modern medical clinic with separate a lass I. 1101. BTTATB or a. P. WEBB doe, (
WOOL =
chairman of the round-up and reception and treatment room. NOTKB or ArrtiCAnoM FOB 1IOTK'8 10 C'UIIITO"
for white!: and 1'.11. 0519DMb To AI Cs.dtta, ., ,, '
[S. I.rneh.1e negroes. The and All '- -
: general committee ,
Me a41n Claims or D.sad. Aweless Said .......
"member. Churches; tine organlzBtlona property has a 74-foot frontage on "Jfodoe Is bnbr afw flesh w. P. A. y- and .s.h .. was. am bwehr est.Wad '
and club 'in Homestead. Mowry tt*,and tile eJ bJ'.38 tOot hake-lo". hits., e. _Ior_ .. y_ and ....._ 5. Venom saw shown. :
building : FkoWl Clew Tu o- ad I..as& wish pose M ...b.e at 0EXPERT'
;Florida City,, Princeton,. Goulds ]I tile and stucco has adequate 14. 4.W Hw ttk ..:=,wor have._.... tile .. a r. I
land 'Redlcmi space, Mr. Bird saJd10PERCENT. A. O 1UT. kM IBWaw .Y Coni'' loss .r DaM
.,.". ,. will be contactedfor J in'MT o ft. sad ... ta.4. nMttmr ". =..: J4w.e Raw, =
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donor. 4 I f. tos sired to hw thn a. N.eteN.ar lo...", d IJMo ceves. cut ;
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r'',; :tit: Carl F Robhuon while mom 00nIf1oa. !tb. raw : hr' .fII.s a .the C.0mr,
.supervis j busies tile rein.-tar do"rIh.d e.atr. C..rtlsmr : DJ. Cawts: ,.. With. :
"ietr' fiJr t of the district'spirit 'aid andeasuaty I I __ YsrW .. 0.4. Cs.b.. 'Ta..ta ...res.N ". to ataM winder. maitM tram th. 4u*' BARBERING

U station urea the oubllc -J T (Continued from fags Ono) A .0Ltialshs.a.a1.. It;; T_--L_ If: :LmOr tint d..d iMiMkMMi, Ie _bawd.Ia w'bvl seem
i. tc!.'rh**. ' ., :,bank round-up ar outstanding as. diJcnb.. condeoiaed and I earv ew b.. Ie. .... T.._ ., j'. end _... M a'_... tr __ Halrert _-_.. ____ Nt
} rated. r Via, llantr K .Dud.,,nosy eel kr' km *oel| ..!*. U* .*t tktMl -
r the .rue of Feb 28 whet Morethali' .City Attorney, Ira C. Haycock of.rkwidfth. .mi t rmkm ,... 1 Shave -...__ M*
1 1 rid-wMals te.t* Dent ANa
one hundred persons evil .... Orrt ton 4 to k tbam..e Flata)..... MeShaaoM '
I k their blood. was author!**!,to. proceed. to obtain >. w. $ *> MM dln S-t := i: ,, r .
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v. MM
CvtlMMU
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tax deeds; on the former b. ..d..m.d minttmf to .., ear dad' Astaaddm: .far Medlcakd)._,,> 'Ie J '
,, I Camber, NoveltyWorks building win fcM. U...., n ...* rate *.. rf ..: .::. PI .fag* tfa
Jaw. A. D IMS. - *-*
't'J.) BAHAMANS located on Lou 11.> U and II Jn Dead tkto; W Ii.r A 'A. I O. 1IM" rev for of .ems -
AU.r4 Ad.l.Metie Facial Nt
,Met brook'i 'Addition. The building tltlidal' UATHrkMANCbrk ,, rust HMtaMiw. Ml kUS.LKendrick.. rsa., t.... j _4
f '" is aId to be la bad conditionbut D4. Cow OtravHt. <>.rt, Facial rock _--, -.... 78
: (Continued- from Page One) capable of being repaired. deep Court BM *? ; Florkta.! CeaMMtlesi. racial.___i VteTe
,.,.' juifiraent such as 'stoves, cots" The Coca-Cola Bottling Co will a r a c. mMrrr: D. c. *
.t Ii f /;ceMra and table be ,notified that 'its property on (IM.r II. ,a, Jaw .. II. )a. 1S4S j l* , ., .- -.-, eMsMlacketVbsi

-ill ha. also be* .>Jtrved:.}!hat f Lots 30.and SI to J. W,, Campbel KOTKt OP ".' ('Anon FOB TAI _, i 1**

'kuiMtng prlorfty pennitr UD be .* Addition can be,put In aocejrtable trOT-Ae4 OCBDClujila .W fOftKX or 'wo* .
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\ntifclnrt for such constructlen' ..1 j condition Farmers ear( Mbed to lie N tto> k> tmkr 0m P A.!: > .
the the
swab>dismantling of east
Htwr Ant I k4M*. c< Tu OmUlMto pa Birth Gsrttftoata* sad attar"meat' *.. I
heads with County. th* building and repair =e. .... !fck-r 'J '.C, K.Stettaal. In 1il* arts ce next j I la general 011.4w ercy attfev Mdtk. duaewsdel-Mk_ < vt.O4i j
ear __ .... %:
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W ItuasaslisJ tity.*sfl.Ml b. loosed d.r..,., d1.i4 wrtuft.a ..
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"- so.via low"' law:Ltd Ca av- w seMTMotlM t, 5 Cont*_rt.Ito. SUM W .' FORM* BU. I 011gt VA,

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.:." ,ects nearing" i .completion. Multiply this i instance .: : '

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Sooner or later the restrictions, on buildingby "t .';'s:; '':'.;.. ,:.?<".t :: '' I

civilians will be relaxed as the need for defense :" ,.... . '
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? construction becomes less,urgent Then

residential construction can be resumed- and

"' r , ';."$},". ,the need for residential construction: here i is urgent ,'i.;. : '. .:,.:'. ,' :,;.

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.. ( ". There are more buyers now than,there are

i..:-.- ...... -t. ,. ", ; .:,/howe for,sale. There are moj-e renters than we' ,';, i

have houses for rent Therefore, every'resident, :'" t' I,
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